Login   Signup  

Osmocote Advertisement

Missing Page

This page is missing. The content you are looking for has moved, has been deleted or never existed. Please check the website address used to access this page. Our canine web detective, Foreaux Forre, is busy looking into the matter.

If you would like assistance finding the content you are trying to access, please contact us toll-free at 1-888-265-3600 or contact us online.

popular


Columns
Garden Wars

If ever there was dark side to an avocation based on goodness and light, it is the idea of a “gardening competition.”



Columns
Gardener’s Guilt

I’m feeling guilty. Perhaps that’s because my column was due last week and I’ve now written, let’s see, 18 words. But I’m ...



Blog
Don’t Believe Everything You Read

Wouldn’t life be just about perfect if roses could grow in shade? It so happens that once in a while you come across one ...



Columns
Defensive Design

Defensive Design A funny thing happened to me on the way to writing one of my columns last year. I decided to draw ...



Columns
Dawn of the RhodoDeadDrons

As Ned crept up to the gate, he was struck by the eerie glow emanating from the yard. The last thing Ned wanted was eerie glow a


 Advertisement

questions

I am going to be planting five dwarf fruit trees; two ‘Bartlett’ pears, one ‘Cresthaven’ peach, and two ‘Honeycrisp’ apples. Could you give me some feedback on them?

I keep seeing photos of interesting plants I’d like to grow, but they’re labeled zone 6 and I’m in zone 5. What can I do to successfully overwinter these marginal plants? I’d like to try them, but I don’t want to waste my money.

I am interested in improving fall color in my yard. What shrubs turns red beside burning bush (Euonymus alatus)?